Webinar: Fundraising Innovators: Money Does Grow on Trees!

Even the tallest trees, such as the great California redwoods, must adapt to changing environments. Similarly, as technology ripples through the nonprofit sector, some well-known organizations seem to reach their fundraising goals more consistently than others. Both large and small nonprofits such as Teach For America and A Wider Circle respectively, have adopted new technology and methods to raise money and strengthen their fundamentals.

During this interactive presentation, we will explore the essential tree growing components to prepare, persist and thrive in today’s constantly disruptive environment. How does your organization convert its solar energy, cultivate seeds and grow to huge heights? Topics will include steps your organization might take to:

  • Embrace technology
  • Advance multi-channel marketing
  • Expand corporate relationships

Get prepared, build a stronger foundation of fundamentals and learn to thrive regardless of circumstances.

In this session attendees will learn about:

Opportunities correlated to technology including Peer-to Peer fundraising
Assimilating new and old technologies into outreach
Understanding the impact of new software platforms, such as crowdsourcing, on corporate engagement

Speaker: Amy Quinn
Amy Quinn is a speaker, independent consultant and author of Fundraising Innovators: Leaders in Social Enterprise Share New Approaches to Raising Money. After a private sector career with Dreyers-Nestle and American Airlines, she shifted her focus to non-profits such as the Reeve Foundation as founder of the Colorado Chapter. Amy currently serves as Board Chair for Colorado Tech4Good. She holds a MBA from the Thunderbird School of Global Management and a BA from Bucknell University. For more information on her recent book, please see http://FundraisingInnovators.com.